I began to read and compile everything I could for now. There's much to be read, dug-up and comprehended so I should probably write it down before
bedtime to make a more concise re-cap later.
Briefly, while parts are still in my head - The Rosetta Steins Mission was very intriguing, for me, a first time reader of the mission. I read it here
- I didn't like the end as much all the links to Hogland and the speculative theories but non the less
Enterprise Mission - Rosetta
An interesting if not coincidental mishap occurred at the most crucial point in the mission.
"The software switched off automatically," said Gerhard Schwehm, the Mission Manager and head of Solar Systems Science Operations at ESA. "The
camera has some software limits and we'll analyze why this happened later ...." This completely unexpected (and hugely disappointing) "software
glitch" resulted in a loss of ALL the highest-resolution imaging data from Rosetta (including high-resolution multi-spectral and color views) of
"2867 Steins" -- leaving only the five-times-lower-resolution Wide Angle Camera (WAC) data for visual analysis. However, even in these
lower-resolution WAC images, it was immediately apparent that "2867 Steins" was a "curious object" indeed; its overall appearance (below, left)
was intensely "geometric" -- resembling nothing as much (freely touted in the official ESA press releases) as "a diamond in the sky" (below,
right) ... complete with facets!
Coincidence? No hi-res images. Interesting to note that this e-class asteroid is being likened to an ancient satellite in this article and they
continue to bring up the ancient solar system theory as well.
I really believe the pilot from the original narrative was trying to draw us to a connection with Elenin and Steins somehow. Speculation, but he
seemed to keep referring to these certain golden eggs if you will (asking us to look up e-class asteroids and The Rosetta Mission, Ben Rich).
This excerpt is taken from the Mission Enterprise site which I am only using because it coincides with the clear tone of the pilot's narrative.
(Which, of course, returns us to those "highly anomalous radar signatures" of ALL the E-class asteroids currently investigated; what would radar
observations specifically of "2867 Steins" now reveal ...?!) This, of course, is exactly the type of "passive beacon" property you'd want to
build into any space fleet of "rescue platforms" (designed to house literally millions of refugees from a dying planet) ... platforms that you would
desperately needed a foolproof system to relocate, anywhere in the solar system ... after the catastrophe!
Now, in the original forum there are three pages of posts - One reply on the Ham signal -
Not sure of the frequency but as for timing.. try
between 17:45 and 18:15 London Time.... Having said that there are other points over the day but this one is consistent. Human ear hears a clicking
sound that can be intense enough to hurt the ear drum at times. Remember the old toy clickers same sound but much more rapid ... See if you pick
anything up..... Having said that because I live very close to a RAF base it could be them... but have good reason to believe this is not the
Does this mean anything to those involved in Ham, I am not, which is why I am asking.
Another link Bouncing Radio Waves off Meteors
This could totally be some scheme created by someone obsessed with the Rosetta Mission/Elenin hype, and ancient solar system theories.
There is also the reports recently that we are planning to send astronauts or non-manned craft on missions to meteors in the near future.
embraced a presidential directive to plant astronauts on an asteroid, a mission that officials say represents the most ambitious yet for the space
agency. Last year, President Barack Obama laid out a vision for NASA's future that involved landing on an asteroid by 2025, something he described as
a stepping stone to propelling astronauts to Mars. Read more:
I am hoping to write down some items and points of reference for tomorrow and hope to see what you guys will have put out for discussion by then.
Anyone with a Ham radio and 3-gen night goggles, please get some quality data for us. (if it's out there ; )